Y/Project is no stranger to deconstruction. After unveiling a series of asymmetrical cuts in last month’s collaboration with Canada Goose, Y/Project has returned with the latest statement piece from its Spring/Summer 2020 lineup. This time around, the label has deconstructed a track jacket, literally flipping one the silhouette on its head.
While the left side of the jacket remains upright, the right half has been made upside-down, sporting a sort of mirrored yin-and-yang-like effect. The top of the piece sees a wide neck collar that’s been merged with the width of what would have been the lower half of the hemline. Also, the waist’s zipper pocket has been made into a chest pocket and the arched white stripes that would have been at the shoulders have been flipped to run along the torso instead. Other features like reversed “Y/Project” branding, articulated central zip closure and a fitted hemline round up the details of the garment.
Y/Project’s Deconstructed Asymmetrical Track Jacket is currently available at MATCHESFASHION for $366 USD.
In case you missed it, check out Heron Preston and Sami Miró’s deconstructed “Natural Disaster” collab.